The multiplier effect
Every school graduate joining the CAMFED Association shares her expertise with others, and financially supports at least 3 more girls to go to school.*
Girls educated with CAMFED’s support belong to Africa’s largest and fastest-growing network of young women leaders, who are capitalizing on their own education to support many more girls through school.
And as community leaders, they pass on the skills they learn to even more young women, creating employment and opportunity, tackling inequality and injustice.
This is what we call the CAMFED Multiplier Effect, and what Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times calls a “perpetual motion machine” — the positive impact a girl’s education has on others’ lives.
*On average – some support many more!Discover CAMFED's Multiplier Effect